What Our Clients Are Saying
First Choice Building Inspections Reviews

We wanted to thank you so much for coming out and conducting our home inspection – you were fabulous. In fact, we’ll be happy to recommend you to those who are in need of a home inspector in the future! Again – our sincere appreciation for your professionalism and assistance with us purchasing our first home!

Arthur & Krista Couture

First Choice Building Inspections Reviews

Thank you for doing such a thorough inspection this morning. The report has arrived sooner that we anticipated. We will review it together later tonight. For now, we just wanted to thank and complement you for your hard work. We will not hesitate to recommend you and First Choice Building Inspections, Inc. to our friends.

The Ebongs

First Choice Building Inspections Reviews

I wanted to take a quick moment to thank you again for the inspection of our home. The inspection was worth every penny I paid for – the IR technology is a must. The builder has already fixed every issue that was addressed in your report. The most significant finding was the insulation issue in the master bedroom. Let’s just say now I have 10″ of cellulose insulation over the MB and probably the best insulated bedroom in St. Johns county. Thanks again and good luck with your business. I will definitely refer you guys to any new home owner.

Jeff Szabo

Here's Why You Should Ask Every Potential Jacksonville Home Inspector for a Sample of Their Report & Why Our Report is Often Imitated But Never Duplicated!

sample-reportNot All Home Inspection Companies Are Created Equal

Before making a decision to hire a home inspector, it is a good idea to review a sample report. A quality, through home inspection should result in a quality, thorough inspection report. An inspection report done properly should provide you with an easy to read Summary page identifying the major defects within the home. The remainder of the report should provide a detailed analysis of those defects along with photos identifying each area of concern.